What do I need to do to get an A* in AQA psychology?

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illicitfinesse
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Hi,

Just looking for some helpful tips from any A* psychology students out there.
Could be in terms of anything: a particular topic, research methods, exam technique etc...

Thanks
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(Original post by illicitfinesse)
Hi,

Just looking for some helpful tips from any A* psychology students out there.
Could be in terms of anything: a particular topic, research methods, exam technique etc...

Thanks
Memorization- That's the only way when it comes to psychology
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haven't done my psychology a level but i'm working on a solid A in the subject right now :ninja: essay practice is so important!! make sure your evaluation is good, and be especially careful when you're engaging with a stem in the question as it needs to be clearly linked. but yeah practice is really important. regularly go over studies too especially key details that people tend to forget like numbers.
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